Friday night on the Bellator 102 main card, the heavyweight tournament semifinals take place and the first match to go down will be Vinicius Queiroz taking on heavy handed Lavar Johnson. Both these men are great strikers, and without question this is going to be a war for the ages, that is if the gas … Read more
The UFC 161 PPV event took place on Saturday night in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, for the very first time. The main event saw former UFC light heavyweight champ Rashad Evans outwork former Strikeforce champion Dan Henderson to win a split decision. Check out that fight and more full fight video highlights right here.
The ProMMAnow.com staff has assembled for you our most informed prognostications, our most educated predictions and best guesses at who we think will win at UFC 161. Can Rashad Evans really make a another run at the title or will Dan Henderson convince him it’s time to hang it up? Will Roy Nelson finish his UFC contract on a win? Will Ryan Jimmo get to do his robot dance? Will Pat Barry get to keep his job? All these questions and more could be answered at UFC 161 on Saturday and here’s how we see it all going down.
UFC fans can watch a live stream of today’s UFC 161 fighter weigh-ins on ProMMAnow.com starting at 5 p.m. ET / 2 p.m. PT (4 p.m. CT local time).
The UFC 161 weigh-ins are being held at MTS Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canaday, the same location hosting Saturday’s Pay-Per-View fight card headlined with a light heavyweight match-up between Dan Henderson and Rashad Evans.
The Countdown to UFC 161 show aired on FUEL TV on Tuesday night featuring behind the scenes footage of main event fighters Rashad Evans and Dan Henderson. Also, main card fighters Roy Nelson, Stipe Miocic, Pat Barry, and Shawn Jordan are featured on the show. If you missed the show we have the full video.
Well, the cursed UFC 161 card is almost upon us as it’ll finally take place on Saturday night at the MTS Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The event has lost several of the original fights that were booked, and now features two journeyman fighters who are both coming off losses on the PPV portion of the card. Nevertheless, there is some intrigue with some of the fights going into the event, so check out the top five questions